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In each of our Long Island eye care offices, you’ll find the latest treatment options for your eye condition—as well as an experienced team of professionals to guide you through each step of the process. Visit the pages below to learn more about different eye health concerns and the treatments we offer for them.

  • Cataracts

    Caused by protein deposits that accumulate on the lens of the eye, cataracts are extremely common – and among the most common surgeries performed in the United States.

  • Cornea

    The outermost layers of the eye form the cornea. It can be affected by injury, infection, and other inherited conditions.

  • Diabetic eye care

    People with diabetes typically require specialized eye care. Our physicians have vast experience treating this group of patients.

  • Dry eye

    Uncomfortable and annoying, chronically dry eyes can have a variety of causes. Get to the bottom of your condition with OCLI.

  • Glaucoma

    This condition occurs due to high pressure within the eye, compressing the optic nerve. Our advanced glaucoma diagnostic and treatment options can help preserve your sight.

  • Pediatric ophthalmology

    Pediatric eye evaluations and treatment differ greatly from the typical eye problems of adults. Children should be seen by a physician trained in pediatric ophthalmology.


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  • Neuro-ophthalmology

    Some vision problems are related to the nervous system. Our neuro-ophthalmologists can diagnose the underlying condition.

  • Retina

    Conditions such as macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy affect the retina, a patch of tissue at the back of the eye. Our physicians understand this complex area and can preserve your vision.

  • Oculoplastics

    Oculoplastic surgery is the reconstructive surgery of the eyelid and facial structures surrounding the eyes. Our specialists offer an array of aesthetic and medically necessary procedures.

  • Primary vision care

    Preventive eye care is the foundation of long-term eye health. We offer primary vision care for your whole family.

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